Based on purchases fulfilled online at PDF Store, the annual tabulation of the Top 25 Selling products 2004 is complete. The list highlights consistent long standing vendors -- PDFlib, Quite Software, Zeon, Rennie Glen Software, AdLib, and Iceni, however we also notice newcomer developer Glyph & Cog with 2 entrants -- XpdfViewer and XpdfPrint.
The 2003 list featured ARTS PDF Stamper and ARTS PDF Split & Merge in the top 2 positions respectively, however mid 2004, ARTS PDF developed ARTS PDF Aerialist which not only incorporates the functionality of existing products Stamper and Split & Merge, but also ARTS PDF Linker, and ARTS PDF Tools. A merging success that catapulted ARTS PDF Aerialist into the 2004 number one position.
A widely used programming library which allows the programmer to generate PDF and integrate this ability into any application or server environment. PDFlib is available for all major operating environments and development environments.
The easiest way to split and merge PDFs. Split one or more PDF files based on page groups, page ranges, bookmarks and page marks. Quickly sort and then combine a collection of PDF documents using the merging functionality.
The XpdfViewer ActiveX control (OCX) provides a PDF file viewer component, enabling developers using Visual Basic, Delphi, IE, etc. to add PDF viewing capability to their applications. It provides the developer with full control over the PDF viewer.
An industrial strength, stand-alone tool for splitting PDF files featuring a set of tools that allow users to perform intelligent splitting based on page content and watched folders. It's engine has the power to process more than 2000 pages per minute.
ARTS PDF Crackerjack's advanced prepress functionality includes tools to convert RGB and CMYK to spot color, perform impositions, verify Enfocus Certified PDFs, print accurate color separations, and preview and control one's output.
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.